French flag carrier becomes Europe's biggest airline, posting profits despite economic crisis
Air France Takes the lead Air France executives believe that they hold the trump cards--a carefully balanced route system, savvy marketing strategy and Paris CDG's ample runway capacity--to ensure that the carrier keeps its newly won position. In the last few months, Air France became Europe's biggest carrier with a 17.6% share in the Assn. of European Airlines members' combined traffic, up from 16.5% in 2001-02 and 15.3% in 2000-01. It is closely followed by British Airways and ...
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